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Christopher commented on Mandate driving test every 4 years

Vehicle safety training/application- for whom drivers or DMV personnel?
I don’t see why county or state legislators would not back this especially with all these companies in this city of tomorrow program - it is for the betterment of its citizens. Really I don’t know how else we can weed out drivers (the ones who should not be on the road) some sort of authority is needed for this to work. Everyone needs to renew their licenses either due to changes of address, name, expired, or as I said before when they tell you for eye examination.It would be at this time to let licensed driver come and do driving exam. my idea really is a fix but it needs to be a complete top to bottom (government involvement) to actually work. Our community should welcome such standards because it is an attempt to make our roads safe. We need educated people behind the wheel and in any structural setting of learning needs an authoritative presence to follow thru otherwise no one will care. That is one thing that has been lost in our city is caring for others (we are too caught up in our own lives to even consider someone else’s shoes) hence why we need a law or something for citizens to commit otherwise be held accountable.

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Christopher commented on Mandate driving test every 4 years

Moreover, driving test you should even include competency in understanding vechicle technology, and mechanics to help all those behind the wheel. We have many drivers who have features (hands free) but have no idea how it works. This should be part of driver test and even demonstrate that you can use functions to there benefit while also not impairment of driving/distraction.
car manufacturers should add hands free in all vehicles to reduce the amount of texting and driving which has now top reason for fender benders and accidents.